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If Indiana Jones had been a student of Tibetan Buddhism, he might have turned out to be Moke Moketoff. He lives in New York now, working as a private art dealer.
Classical music lovers may think they have heard it all, but the world of classical music has just opened up new boundaries with the Shen Yun Symphony Orchestra’s [...]
Classical music lovers may think they have heard it all, but the classical world of music has just opened up new boundaries with Shen Yun Symphony Orchestra's debut at [...]
“Classical Chinese dance is a culture left to us by the ancients who came before us,” says Shen Yun’s website. “Its beauty should be riches shared by all of humanity.”
State Assemblyman Eric Stevenson drew profound revelations after seeing Shen Yun Performing Arts at Lincoln Center’s David H. Koch Theater on Sunday evening, April 22.
As long as they’re coming from a pure place, to better someone else, or myself, or the world around me, you know the divine power is behind us.
“The show was beyond fabulous,” she said. “We've been talking about it for twenty minutes.”
Stephen Fybish, a professor of music appreciation and one of New York City’s top weather historians, attended Shen Yun Performing Arts at Lincoln Center on Sunday night.
“Such good dancing, such beauty and color and wonderful sounds of some of the Chinese instruments in the orchestra."
“The screen and the way it was juxtaposed together with all the events, and then bringing on the live people, it was so colorful,” said Ms. Sylvestri.
Ms. Shani said she could see “the divinity of each movement … and I thought about that before I even knew the definition.”
Not only the dancers' movements spoke volumes to Ms. Skerritt, but even the costumes conveyed meaning to her.
Jillian Deuel, director of communications to State Senator John J. Bonacic, said “every person of every gender and background should see” Shen Yun Performing Arts.
Shelley Hancock felt a connection to the dance titled, 'Lotus Leaves.' One of the Masters of Ceremony explained that the lotus flower is often celebrated, while the leaves [...]
“Very athletic,” said Mr. Kasten. “It is fantastic, excellent.”
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Mr. Liossis also enjoyed the solo vocalists. "It was very nice. I understood the lyrics on the screen, they were very touching," he said.
For David Slocum, one of the founding members of the CNY Ballet Company, Shen Yun was an entirely new experience.
Shen Yun Performing Arts graced the stage at The Oncenter Crouse Hinds Theater on May 12, delighting the audience with a revival of the oldest culture in the world.
“It lifts my spirit,” Carol Smith said. “I'm absolutely changed by the music.”
“I think it's wonderful just how 'classic' it is,” said Dr. Scharoun of Shen Yun. “I'm really starting to understand a lot of the history of China through the dance.”
Shen Yun Performing Arts presented a revival of the 5,000-year-old Chinese culture at the The Oncenter Crouse Hinds Theater Sunday night.
Ms. Catherine Koch said the singing was “powerful” and said she hadn't heard the style used by Chinese singers before. “That was really awesome,” she said. “I loved it.”
Mrs. Gao deeply appreciated many aspects of the performance. She said "The orchestra was great! The dancing was excellent. The singing was also awesome."
“I loved the dancing. I love the colors,” Dr. Authur Ostrowski said of the May 12 performance of Shen Yun Performing Arts New York Company at the Cadillac Palace Theater.
Dr. Robert Gasior was impressed by the opening number, Descending to the World, and said, "It was superb, I thought everything—was quite excellent."